As the largest park in the country outside Alaska, the six-million-acre Adirondack Park possesses a wealth of wild lands and waters making it unique in the world. Headwaters of five major watersheds, the Park’s defining feature is water—3,000 lakes and ponds laced with 30,000 miles of rivers and streams. Adirondack waters are of unrivaled ecological importance and recreational opportunity, all within a day’s drive of over 70 million people.
P.O. Box 352 - c/o Lake George Waterkeeper
Lake George, New York 12845